By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 1 April 2015:
Prime Minister Abdullah Al-Thinni met with Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi yesterday before leaving Tunisia to . . .[restrict]discuss cooperation between the two countries.
Among the issues discussed were security problems, border concerns, displaced Libyans living in Tunisia, and economic cooperation.
The Libyan government stated on its website that Essebsi affirmed his country’s support for the Libyan dialogue and hopes that the parties will reach a compromise.
Libya’s security, said Essebsi, greatly affects the security of Tunisia. Thinni, for his part, said that his government supports Tunisia’s government in its fight against terrorism and expressed his desire to strengthen the relations between the two.
Earlier Thinni held more detailed talks with the Tunisian prime minister Habin Essid on the same subjects of security, the welfare of Libyans living in Tunisia and economic cooperation as well as on the problems of Tunisian companies getting paid for contracts in Libya.
While in Tunis on a four-day visit to join in an anti-terrorism demonstration in solidarity with Tunisia following the attack on terrorist attack on the city’s Bardo museum, Thinni also met with the ambassadors and chargés d’affaires 32 countries accredited to Libya but now based temporarily in Tunisia because of the political situation.
Thinni later flew back to Libya. [/restrict]